A Raisin in the Sun spinoff expands on the opposing themes of integration and gentrification with a flash-forward to the modern day
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One ticket to Clybourne Park
When: select dates, August 7–September 6
Where: The Harriett Theatre at Mad Cow Theatre
Door time: 30 minutes before showtime
The Mad Cow Theatre bar, which serves snacks and beverages, will also be open prior to, during, and after the show.
Bruce Norris’s examination of racial disharmony—first in 1959 and again 50 years later—draws heavily from A Raisin in the Sun as it follows one home in Chicago through neighborhood tensions and demographic shifts. The play has won more trophies than a referee’s daughter, including the 2012 Tony for Best Play and both a Pulitzer and an Olivier in 2011.